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Alyssa Belder and Four Other UofA Students Struck by a Drunk Driver

Ward B. Rasmussen

September 6, 2015

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Tucson, Arizona—Alyssa Belder and four other University of Arizona students were hit Saturday night in a crosswalk at 5th Street and Euclid.  The driver of the car, 45 year old Gerald Tyler, fled the scene of the collision, and later turned himself in to Tucson Police accident investigators.  It has been reported that Tyler allegedly was drunk at the time of the incident.

Ms. Belder sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported to Banner University Medical Center.  The other students were less seriously injured.

We wish all those who were injured speedy and complete recoveries.

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